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Graduation
May 22, 2023
updated July 31, 2023

Watch the Spring 2023 Commencement Ceremony

Relive the joy by viewing the full-length video.
In the Spotlight
February 19, 2024

Students Meet Federal Reserve Chair 

On February 9, four St. Francis College students attended an event in Washington, D.C., where they got to meet Jerome Powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve.
Honors & Awards
February 6, 2024

SFC Graduate Student Named Poet Laureate of Westchester

Phylisha Villanueva, a resident of Yonkers, began her three-year term as laureate in late January. Concurrently, she is pursuing an M.F.A. in creative writing at St. Francis College.
Diversity & Inclusion
February 1, 2024

In Celebration of Black History Month

A message from SFC’s interim president, Tim Cecere, and Maliek Sterrett, director of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs
MFA
December 7, 2023

Pair of M.F.A. Program Alumni Publish Works

Two graduates of St. Francis College’s M.F.A. program in creative writing published books last month.
Faculty
December 4, 2023

Film by SFC Professor Premieres

"The Blues Society" — a documentary directed by Augusta Palmer, associate professor and chair of the Media and Communication Department at St. Francis College — premiered on October 29 at the Indie Memphis Film Festival, where it was an official selection, screened to a packed house and won the audience award in its category.
Campus
November 15, 2023

Palla Pavilion Dedicated

On October 21, St. Francis College officially unveiled the Palla Pavilion, named after Dr. Anil Kumar Palla, the chairman of University Hub, one of SFC’s international recruitment partners.
Featured
November 8, 2023

Statement to the Community

A message from Denis J. Salamone '75, Chair of the St. Francis College Board of Trustees, and Tim Cecere, SFC President
Faculty
October 18, 2023

Digital Humanities Professor Publishes Book on Online Far-Right Discourse

Earlier this month, the German academic publisher De Gruyter released “Digital Islamophobia: Tracking a Far-Right Crisis,” by Emily Lynell Edwards, an assistant professor in the Digital Humanities Department at St. Francis College.
Faculty
October 6, 2023

“Order My Steps” To Premier in the U.S.

The short film, directed by Augusta Palmer, chair of the Media and Communication Department, and written by Kathryn Grant, an instructor in the department, will make its national debut this weekend at the Bread and Roses Film Festival.
Faculty
October 3, 2023

Religious Studies Professor Publishes Latest Book

Today, Fortress Press released “Crucified: The Christian Invention of the Jewish Executioners of Jesus,” by J. Christopher Edwards, professor of religious studies.
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